Floor Extrusion by Michael Webster / Floor Extrusion replicates an original linoleum floor pattern on the ceiling below, as if the pattern has seeped through the floorboards.  The project uses 3456 pieces of wood, and derives from Webster’s interest in the politics of architecture, traces of events, and historical memory.  Floor Extrusion is an architectural expression of how Elsewhere’s building decays with time, sags from shifting foundations, and tells its own history.